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Real Conversations with Imaginary People

Welcome to Project Woo Woo where comedian/yogi Lisa Orkin pretends to interview her favorite people from the world of self-help, spirituality, wellness, literature, and philosophy dead or alive with the help of showbiz friends who just happen to be world-class actors and comedians.

Jun 25, 2019

Who is Sarah Coomes:

Sarah is a Cancer with her moon in Virgo.

Sarah Coomes grew up in space, where she ate dehydrogenated food and projected the universe’s first mind vision solution of Einstein’s gravity equivalence condition, a problem that had eluded the scientist for the whole of his working life.

And Sarah is also a very accomplished, actress, writer, and comedienne.

This is Sarah’s third episode of Project Woo Woo, after your finish this episode, come listen to Jane channel Harriet the Spiritual Facialist and dig into her episode on Human Design.

Find out more about Sarah RIGHT HERE

Favorite Career Highlight:

Winner of the 2008 Westminster prize for the play “Hookie’ that she wrote for Soho Theatre

What Sarah learned about Jane:

I’ve learned from Jane Goodall that women should be running the planet! What an incredible woman. Men have had their go, now it’s for us - like the hyenas do- to turn to the women to lead. But before that happens she showed me that a life lived without purpose is a life not lived at all. And one woman can achieve anything her heart desires- there are no limitations only the ones we put upon ourselves. And the purpose of human life is not to conquer and destroy but to love and cherish. It must be that we are here to love and preserve our fellow animals who are equal to us in emotion and thought and presence. They deserve to live out their lives in their natural habitat without fear of being killed or captured.

Who is Jane Goodall:

Dame Jane Morris Goodall is an English primatologist and anthropologist. In July 1960, at 26, Jane traveled from England to what is now Tanzania and ventured into the little-known world of wild chimpanzees. Here is a link to ane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots is a youth service program to foster respect and compassion for all living things, Roots and Shoots

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